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Do you wear jewelry with stones? And do you know what they wear you? Check it out!

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Do you wear jewelry with stones? And do you know what they wear you? Check it out!

It is believed for millennia that precious and semi-precious stones are lucky and healthy.Their beauty combined with that of the female body has been the cause of not one love, war, lost youth, and a passionate poem.Here is the symbol of every stone:It is believed that wearing garnets soothes anxiety and keeps you on the road.The Amethyst is the stone of the royal people and today you will not see Queen Elizabeth without an amethyst ring.Aquamarine is the stone that increases the power of character, strengthens the connections, gives courage and peace to its owners. They call it the diamond...

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Citrine - The Stone of November

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Citrine - The Stone of November

Citrine is one of the most affordable stones - this "golden quartz" is durable and easy to find. Named the French word for lemon - citron, citrine usually has a lemon color.Citrine is a variation of quartz, occurring in yellow, yellow-brown, orange, orange-brown and reddish-brown. Citrine crystals can form together with amethyst and smoky quartz stone, which is called ametrin and is actually a two-color quartz.Citrine has yellow to brown shades of transparent quartz. Sunny and inviting, citrine can refresh almost any jewelery design, combining particularly well with the yellow shine of polished gold. In ancient times the quinine was...

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Tradition - engagement ring

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Tradition - engagement ring

The importance of the engagement ring is very personal and intimate. His symbol promises eternal faithfulness and loyalty to the mate, as the circle is continuous and eternal.Scientists believe that Prehistory is the first age in which the symbol of an engagement ring appears. Though not a ring, but a string of ropes, with which the man binds his finger to his finger.The story of the engagement ring sneaks through the centuries with different meanings and ways of wearing. Interestingly, in many different cultures, the love between two lovers is testified through a ring.For example, the ancient Egyptians wore an...

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Tourmaline - the stone of October

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Tourmaline - the stone of October

Tourmaline has astonished its owners for thousands of years, although it was only proclaimed to be a gem in 1703 when a shipment of mixed gems was sent from Ceylon to the Netherlands. Only "tormals" were written on it, which, in translation from Sinai means "mixed gems". The legend tells that while their children were playing with the stones, they found that, after warming them from the sun, they were attracting dirty particles. After showing this strange effect to their parents, they transmit the stones to the local gemologist. He finds that they deduct to a unique mineral group and later...

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Opal - the stone with the color of the rainbow

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Opal - the stone with the color of the rainbow

Opals are beautiful pearls, the most prominent types of opal family containing each arc color. Their name means "gemstone" and is believed to derive from the Latin word "Opalus" and the Greek word "Opallios".Their unique internal colors create one of the most astounding visual effects seen in nature, and their optical properties represent opalescence, called "color play". The opals are even more beautiful, adding the ability of their colors to overflow and reflect (opalescence).Opal is hydrated silica. It forms as a result of the precipitation of a gel-based substance from a water-based silicon solution. This gel-like silicon dioxide fills holes...

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